Ozaukee Washington Land Trust

September 2020 E-News

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I hope you and your loved ones are doing well during these challenging times. There are tremendous hardships that many in our community are facing. Job losses, the challenges of educating our children while maintaining our community’s health, or being unable to visit loved ones because of health concerns.

I find myself missing the in-person chats with our members at casual meet-ups and gatherings. At this time during the year, I am especially missing our annual fundraising dinner, which for over twenty years has signaled a sort of homecoming for many of our supporters; a return from summer vacation to the more structured work, school, and social calendars that autumn brings. Our Board of Directors and staff look forward to seeing everyone when we can once again gather together.

We are as busy as ever at OWLT. As you are aware, we are in the early stages of raising funds to Conserve Cedar Gorge Clay Bluffs. Within the next month, you will be receiving our autumn appeal packet, which includes information regarding this endeavor.

Please take some time to review the information and reflect on how nature has impacted your life, especially during these challenging times. Giving the gift of free open land to the community is a priceless act of charity for today, tomorrow and forever.

Tom Stolp Executive Director

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